Saint John’s Hospice

Posted April 30th, 2014 at 11:25 am.

Saint John’s Hospice is a community grounded in faith and service where homeless persons find dignity, respect, nourishment and opportunities for new beginnings. St.John’s provides daily meals for 300-350 men, mail services for close to 2,000 men, a residential program for approximately 40 men, and a residential program for 12 medically needy homeless men (the majority of whom have HIV/AIDS). St. John’s also provides casework services to link men with shelter, substance abuse, medical, employment, and other services. There are volunteer opportunities available in a number of different areas including helping in the mail room, serving food as a kitchen worker, sorting gifts (seasonal), and driving (seasonal).

Website: www.saintjohnshospice.org

See http://www.saintjohnshospice.org/how_you_can_help.htm to learn more about opportunities for volunteers.

Phone: 215-563-7763

Email: ghuot@chs-adphila.org, Gerry Huot (Director)

Location: 1221 Race Street, Philadelphia PA, 19107 (Click here for map)

*This site is accessible via public transportation from the Bryn Mawr campus.

Please seeĀ transportation reimbursement policy.

Filed under: Housing Assistance,Philadelphia by Kristina Sandquist

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